Pyshnyi set to become Ukraine's central bank head
It follows Shevchenko's abrupt resignation as central bank chief, citing health reasons in a Facebook post
Banks divert gold supply from India to China, Turkey
Diverting gold supply could create scarcity in a country which considers gold auspicious and set to celebrate several festivals before the wedding season begins
Russian TV protester confirms she has gone on the run
Russian TV journalist Marina Ovsyannikova, famous for staging an on-air protest against Russia's war in Ukraine, confirmed she had escaped house arrest
Disruption will be worth it to spur growth: UK's Truss
'For too long, the political debate has been dominated by how we distribute a limited economic pie. Instead, we need to grow the pie so that everyone gets a bigger slice,' Truss will tell her party
Bijoya Dashami brings curtain down on Durga Puja
The biggest annual festival for Hindus will end with the immersion of Durga's idols in the afternoon
Putin annexes over 15% of Ukraine
Russian forces are battling to halt a Ukrainian counter-offensive across swathes of the territories
Residents near fiery S Korean missile crash 'thought it was a war'
Intended as a demonstration to deter North Korea, South Korea conducted a nighttime drill when one of their ballistic missiles failed and hit their military base
Japan's tourism restart stirs hope of service-sector recovery
Japan's services sector activity growth posted a small expansion in September as demand recovered on declining COVID-19 cases
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